The School of Graduate Studies Student of the Month for September, 2022 is Luisa Delgadillo in the Department of Molecular and Cellular Physiology.
Welcome to the Department of Molecular and Cellular Physiology
Physiology is the study of how biological systems perform their functions to maintain the steady-state internal environment of living organisms. We can study these processes at the genetic, cellular, organ system or whole-animal level. Our departmental name reflects the increasing application of molecular biology techniques in the understanding of physiological function.
Understanding the basic concepts of physiological control of organ systems in the human body is key to identifying regulatory processes during organ dysfunction and disease states which, in turn, may elucidate a novel approach in therapeutic intervention.
Our PhD Program
The Department of Molecular and Cellular Physiology recruits highly motivated individuals from undergraduate biomedical backgrounds who wish to pursue a rewarding career in biomedical research. Our PhD program provides individualized training for each student to successfully fulfill the requirements leading to the attainment a PhD degree. This provides highly skilled graduates with the investigative tools necessary for an intellectually challenging and rewarding career in an ever-evolving field at academic, industrial or government institutions.
The Application Cycle for Submitting Graduate Program Applications for the 2023 / 24 Academic Year is now open.
Our faculty are performing ground-breaking research, winning awards, gaining world recognition and making a difference in lives. Visit the labs of our scientists and learn more about their research, publications, news and consider joining their team.
Dr. Randa Eshaq was awarded an International Society for Neurovascular Disease Travel Award at the 2022 conference.
Three students from the Department of Molecular and Cellular Physiology receive special recognition and a grant from the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases.
The April Graduate Student of the Month is Ryan Mackay and he is a student in the lab of Dr. Chris Pattillo.
Journal of the American Heart Association report: Paari Dominic, MD, the director of clinical cardiac electrophysiology and associate professor of medicine and molecular and cellular physiology at LSUHS, shares findings as senior author of the study.
Gaganpreet Kaur will attend and give a presentation at the poster reception of the MCS Annual Meeting at the Experimental Biology 2022 Meeting in Philadelphia and will receive a monetary award.
Congratulations to Randa Eshaq, Megan Butler, and Naznin Sultana Rimi!
Gaganpreet Kaur, Graduate Assistant in the Harris Laboratory, was presented with the Outstanding Predoctoral Trainee Award. Ms. Kaur will graduate soon, and has been recognized throughout her academic career. She also recently received the Outstanding Poster Award at the Vascular Biology 2021 E-Poster Session.
LSU - J. Steven Alexander, PhD, Professor of Molecular and Cellular Physiology at LSU Health Shreveport, didn’t expect his biggest innovation to come from a nuisance he’d experienced once or twice during an otherwise nice swim.
J. Steven Alexander, PhD, Professor of Molecular and Cellular Physiology at LSU Health Shreveport, and his company, Arganum Transplant Solutions, was named the winner of Startup Prize 2021: Focus on Health. Arganum Transplant Solutions aims to transform the organ preservation market.
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